Panavision’s Millennium DXL is one of the most complete cameras ever | Digit

When I was in my film school during undergrad, I remember the awe and excitement of the first time I came across a film camera. It was an Arriflex D-21, one of the first composites based on film cameras, with digital internals. The camera was fascinating, with a Super 35-sized 4:3 sensor capable of shooting at 2K. Since then, every cinema camera has had me wonderstruck, and I have always looked at them with a fervent sense of respect and admiration. Panavision’s gorgeous creation here, understandably, can have you gaping…